The drama was heavy on Idolator, too: This week’s Ibrawlator was a Billboard Music Awards-themed battle of performances by Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift and Jennifer Lopez, while our favorite Pop Princesses — Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus and Britney Spears — went head to head in the first installment of “Magazine Melee.” Speaking of, have you voted yet?
Check out some of this week’s best comments below!
:: When we asked what RiRi was Googling in our Caption This contest for the week, Sasha J. knew just what was in her search history: “Does Amazon.com deliver combs Prime?”
:: According to King L., there can only be one Pop Princess: “I can’t at you putting Britney in a post with them other girls. She’s on a whole different level.”
:: The Glamberts expressed their approval of Adam Lambert possibly joining the Idol judging panel, including kitty: “I’m not sure I’d want a panel of only ex-Idols, but I definately want Adam Lambert on the panel. He is smart, witty, experienced in many types of performing, edgy, articulate, compassionate and just downright gorgeous.”
:: Sebastian Red is just as excited about Paris Hilton’s comeback as we are! He exclaimed (with a hashtag, of course), “#SQUUEEEEEEEELLLLLLLLLL I’m seriously as happy as that pig in the Geico commercial.”
:: Lazorkat thinks Daft Punk’s new album is on another level: “It’s a work of art that belongs in a museum, except that it’s music, and if it was in a museum I couldn’t listen to it on repeat for 12 hours. In all seriousness this is one to set aside an evening at home, get out the Hi-Fi cans, and just appreciate a Daft Punk masterpiece. This isn’t an album built for the charts, it is sincere and obsessively produced quality.”
:: JoeDaMan critiqued Maroon 5′s performance on The Voice, saying “The Adam Levine and Maroon 5 set design and outfits on The Voice reminded me of the old tidy bowl man commercial. All dressed in white and blue liquid flowing out of the toilet. How original!”
:: Kathleen Stoughton-Trahan was disappointed with this year’s Billboard Music Awards, and the entire music industry: “The whole show was a joke and only pointed out what is wrong with music today. Lip syncing belongs in the pits of hell, not on live TV shows.”
:: Many people were feeling Jennifer Lopez’s Billboard Music Awards performance, especially Britney Lover: “Holy crap J.Lo tore the house down!!!!!!!!! Flawless performance of an otherwise an average song! Werk it, Mama!!!!!”
:: Finally, jus10 summed up the odd Katy Perry/Chief Keef Twitter beef perfectly: “That’s the sh*t I don’t like!”